We interrupt your normal horror movie news to bring you the height of comedy. And by height of comedy I mean Uwe Boll challenging Michael Bay to face him in the ring for a mano-a-mano boxing match. Seriously! You cannot make this stuff up. When it comes to the antics of Uwe Boll, how can you make up stuff that's wackier than the real thing?
Today we got a heads up about the latest film from Lightning Bug director/ Almost Human effects head Robert Hall’s latest film, Laid to Rest. Cameras will wrap on Rest Monday in Baltimore, so I’m actually amazed they’ve kept it this quiet for so long. Some plot? Why not!
Creepy just checked in from the Fangoria Weekend of Horrors with some news that you guys’ll probably dig; Ken Yakkel (pictured), writer of the upcoming zombie flick Dead Air, just announced that his next project is a film called This is Your Death.
Over the past month or so, we've seen a number of young, beautiful people being picked up to populate Camp Crystal Lake. While some argue that this isn't doing any favors to the series, I beg to differ. If we look back through the years, can you honestly say that the F13 franchise has been so much more than just pretty people getting hacked up? Bring it on! Let's see the new generation take on Jason, why not?
Gotta love the tabloids ya pass in the local grocery store. Each week thousands stand in checkout lines and get to view the newest exploits of celebs, Batboy, Jesus, Satan, and Big Foot. As odd as it is for a magazine to be printed weekly that contains so much crap, it is even stranger to find a movie poster that looks just like one of the said rags!
Just like our extensive and exhausting (on our side, at least) coverage from last year (read it all right here), we’re compiling as much info as we can for the horror offerings at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival, going
We’ve hit the set, talked to the principals, and been feed info about Corbin Bersen’s Dead Air for months now; finally we can see what it looks like! Reelz Channel recently got to chat with the folks behind the zombie movie, which stars Bill Moseley, David Moscow and, of course, Corbin Bersen. Check out the video below!
It looks way more polished than I would have thought, but then with names like Bijou Phillips attached, I guess low-budget slaughter isn’t really on the plate. Below you can see the Cannes promo trailer for the remake of It’s Alive!, in which Phillips stars as a new mother whose infant has a pesky habit of killing when it’s scared.
Wow, talk about some casting changes; when the King short Dolan’s Cadillac was first announced to be adapted to film years and years ago, names like Sylvester Stallone and Kevin Bacon were attached to it. Now we’ve got to names like Christian Slater and Wes Bentley.
Joseph Rueben, who impressed a lot of us unsuspecting horror fans with the solid 1993 thriller The Good Son but hasn’t done much since to make us take notice, has signed on to helm a new film called Jack, according to Variety this morning.
We've all heard the rumors about director Guillermo del Toro either not wanting to be part of another Hellboy flick, or talks of someone taking his place if the series rolls on. Just where does he stand right now?
The official MySpace profile for Tyrannosaurus Rex has been updated today with a new image that Rob is using to build up hype for his '09 project.
The vampire love story that is Stephenie Meyer's Twilight looks to fill the giant gap we've had in vampire tales lately. No, I am not going to count I Am Legend as a vamp flick because ... well, just because. Anyway, G4 got an exclusive visit to the set of the big screen adaptation of Twilight. Check out the video below to see how the Catherine Hardwicke directed flick is shaping up.
Forty years ago a grainy black-and-white movie about a group of people trapped in a house changed the face of horror forever. Out of that one film were spawned sequels and an entire sub-culture that includes conventions, gatherings, clothing, and movies, all dedicated to the shambling masses that are zombies.
Sick of remakes as much as we are? God, I hope so. For that reason alone we’re looking forward to Eric Red’s 100 Feet. The story helps a lot as well; yeah, this one can’t come soon enough.